Syllabus Design

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OUP Oxford, Jul 7, 1988 - Foreign Language Study - 165 pages
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Syllabus Design demonstrates, in a practical way, the principles involved in planning and designing an effective syllabus. It examines important concepts such as needs analysis, goal-setting, and content specification, and serves as an excellent introduction for teachers who want to gain a better understanding of syllabus design in order to evaluate, modify, and adapt the syllabuses with which they work.
 

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Contents

Points of departure
10
Productoriented syllabuses
27
Processoriented syllabuses
40
Objectives
61
Needs and goals
75
Selecting and grading content
85
Selecting and grading learning tasks
96
General principles
137
Glossary
158
Index
166
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About the author (1988)

David Nunan is at the National Curriculum Resource Centre, Adelaide.